Yes yes yes !!! Feeling like yer bronchial tunes are closing is a symptom of anxiety. It will make u dizzy bc yer not getting enough oxygen ( not unsafe tho)
You may at this time have "fake yawns" too bc yer body is looking for more oxygen. No biggy. Morning, middday, nightime
And i can make u not sleep well. I dont sleep thru the nite either.
Sometimes i feel sudden fatigue midday that i just have to lay down for 5 minutes. Hope this helped
I have much trouble sleeping. Im up now without any sleep. Toss n turn. Feels like too much energy or something. Chest feels like its got the tremors!
Then ill be fatigued all day. This is one of the worst sleepless nights due to anxiety. Whew.
Anyone have ths problem and have a remedy besides medication??
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